195 gsm, Arctic-Tech 85% polyester/15% cotton blend with a DWR.
55 gsm, Nylon plain weave treated with water repellent.
625 fill power white duck down.
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Some infant and toddler wear is made to look warm, but if you need the real deal nothing compares to the thermal performance found in this down-filled Baby Snowsuit from Canada Goose. The outer shell and inner lining feature water repellent finishes to minimize water saturation from the weather and lunchtime sippy cup spills. Canada Goose used a 625-fill white duck down insulation--the same sort of insulation found in adult sized jackets--for optimal thermal warmth. The hood also features down insulation and enough room to accommodate a fleece cap or other winter hat. That ruff adorning the hood opening is authentic coyote fur, although you can also detach the fur fringe if you or your little one doesn't care for the fluffy stuff. The chin-to-ankle YKK front zipper facilitates easy removal--especially if your infant or toddler falls asleep before your family snow day is over.
- Altrec Outdoors
Your little one's world was transformed overnight by three inches of snow; get her outdoors exploring this new landscape wearing the Canada Goose Infant/Toddler Girls' Baby Snowsuit. She'll stay toasty thanks to the fluffy, ultra-lightweight, 625-fill down insulation; on windy days, pull the down-filled, fur-trimmed hood over head for compete protection.
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